Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector Report - UK 2018-2022
The 7th edition of the 'Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector Report - UK 2018-2022' has been published by AMA Research. This report specifically reviews the higher education (HE) construction market, with specific focus on the purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) sector.
Key content covered in the report
Analysis of the structure and size of the UK PBSA and HE sectors across London and key regions.
Analysis of the HE estate - size, age, condition and running costs.
Analysis of current and forecast capital expenditure in the HE sector.
Analysis of capital expenditure of the top 40 universities and the teaching/research HE construction pipeline.
Supply - demand imbalance in the PBSA sector and the problem of under-supply in many university towns, especially London.
Analysis of factors affecting PBSA development.
Total construction output in the HE sector 2017-2022.
Areas of particular interest
Partnerships between universities and private sector operators - student housing partnerships.
Impact of rising build and site costs and the trend for more affordable accommodation.
Analysis of the leading commercial operator/ investor/ developer activity in the PBSA market.
Review of new construction activity in the PBSA/HE sector and an overview of contractor/developer capability and experience in the sector. In addition, we review the PBSA development pipeline over the next 4-5 years.
Review of key influences on future student growth, and the likely impact of Brexit on EU student numbers
Detailed market data and insight on the higher education and student accommodation market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.
Construction in the Higher Education Sector
Total non-residential construction output - value of non-domestic output to 2022. Construction output by sector in 2017-2022.
Higher education construction output - market size and future prospects.
University estates capital expenditure - size, age and condition of the University estate; capital expenditure by type of building; outlook for HE capital spending; University/student accommodation capital building programmes.
University partnerships with the private sector/ university enterprise zones.
Construction Supply in the Higher Education Sector
Leading contractors in the higher education sector and leading clients in the student accommodation sector.
Contractor activity in 2017 - non-residential projects; residential/student accommodation projects.
Procurement of university construction work - purchasing consortia; frameworks; specification.
Higher Education in the UK
Overview of universities in the UK - rise of the 'New Universities'; role of private providers in the HE sector.
Student growth - applications; overseas students; impact of Brexit on student numbers.
Tuition fees - implications for Universities' spending.
Higher education spending and investment - funding structures; HEFCE funding for England; SFC funding for Scotland; HEFCW funding for Wales.
Analysis of university endowment funds and bond markets in the higher education sector.
The Student Accommodation Market
Overview and market structure - provision of and market for student accommodation in London and key regions.
Types of student accommodation - university halls; partnerships between universities and private sector operators; commercially operated halls.
Leading commercial operators of student accommodation.
Factors affecting the PBSA market - PBSA rents; planning issues and Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL).
PBSA development trends and construction costs; PBSA development by type of accommodation. Use of offsite construction in the PBSA market.
PBSA development pipeline - PBSA activity by region; commercial operator development pipeline; UK PBSA development pipeline value.
Forecast and outlook for the UK student accommodation market.
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